Aiding Torture

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Bound, hooded captives, being flown to Guantanamo aboard a cargo plane, looking for all the world like slaves being held in the hold of a ship on the Atlantic crossing to America.
Bound, hooded captives, being flown to Guantanamo.

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The Public Record has an exclusive report from Jeffrey Kaye, an expert in the psychology of interrogations, detailing the findings of the recent Physicians for Human Rights report.

 JEFFREY KAYE @ THE PUBLIC RECORD 09/09/2009:  A number of new articles highlight evidence of illegal human experimentation on U.S.-held "terrorism" prisoners undergoing torture. The articles follow the release of a "white paper" by Physicians for Human Rights [PHR], Aiding Torture: Health Professionals' Ethics and Human Rights Violations Demonstrated in the May 2004 Inspector General's Report.

This article looks at those recent charges, and reveals that experiments by a CIA researcher on human subjects undergoing SERE training went unreported in the legal memos the Bush administration drafted to approve their torture program. It will also connect major military and intelligence figures to the SERE experiments, and tie some of them to major science and "experimental" directorates at the CIA and Special Operations Command.

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